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Enjoy folks, happy christmas.

Tracklist :
01 Variations For Oud & Synthesizer side B – Keith Fullerton Whitman
02 Angie La La – Nora Dean
03 Deep Cover – Sun Araw
04 Black Orchid – Sun City Girls
05 Generator 7b – Keith Fullerton Whitman
06 Twentyninth – Philip Jeck
07 The Throning – Hype Williams
08 Dormant Mirrors track 2 – DJ Yo-Yo Dieting
09 Drop – Earl Sweatshirt
10 Gunbeat Falls – Shabazz Palaces
11 If Your Girl – Forest Swords
12 Be Still – Big Boi
13 Yamaha – The-Dream
14 Multistability 1-B – Mark Fell
15 Into Coloured Rays – B.J. Nilsen
16 Pan Finale – Pan Sonic

made a vaguely summery mixtape, some of you may like some of it.

01   A Cold Freezin’ Night – The Books
02   y7 – Autechre
03   Am I Gonna Make It – Nite Funk
04   Round and Round – Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti
05   Ears – Julian Lynch
06   Ouroboros – Oneohtrix Point Never
07   Feel It All Around – Washed Out
08   Candy Shoppe – Emeralds
09   Elegant Elephant – Broadcast
10   Mad Weed – RUN DMT
11   Wrong Man – Pigeons
12   Rattling Cage – Forest Swords
13   No No No – LA Vampires & Zola Jesus
14   Deep Cover – Sun Araw

An hour-long playlist, heavy on the synthesizer, summarising seasonal listening.

And The Cuckoo Comes – The Advisory Circle
I See, So I See So – Broadcast & The Focus Group
Into Its Coloured Rays – BJ Nilsen
Illanders – Autechre
The New Black – Roll The Dice
Alive In The Sea Of Information – Emeralds
Traum Gmbh – Black to Comm
Russian Mind – Oneohtrix Point Never
Stereo Music for Farfisa Compact Duo Deluxe, Drum Kit – Keith Fullarton Whitman
Anything Worse – The Gaslamp Killer
Ancestors – Gonjasufi
Feeling Without Touching (Instrumental) – Glass Candy
If I Can’t Hold You – Desire

[Photo : Lars Daniel @Flickr]

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Continuing in the theme of German psychedelic music is this ace mix from Marc Richter, of Black To Comm and head of the Dekorder label. The work of a proper record aficionado, if you can handle the difficult first few tracks (which still make me chuckle) it opens out into an expanse of swirling energy. Read the rest of this entry »

I always enjoy browsing through the abundance of end of year lists that are published throughout December; it usually means an expensive January as I catch up on all those albums I missed that now just seem invaluable. For what it’s worth, here are my belated top ten favourite albums released over the last year, although I’m sure they will change over the coming weeks. 2009 was a fine year for music.

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